[Beowulf] batch systems connection
pbisbal at pppl.gov
Tue May 29 07:51:43 PDT 2018
This is a bit round-about, but if you can only find the source RPM
(SRPM) , the SRPM should include the source tarball, so in theory, you
can install the SRPM, and then just take the source tarball from there,
and do what you want with it.
On 05/29/2018 03:58 AM, Jörg Saßmannshausen wrote:
> Hi Mikhail,
> if you are familiar with RPM: if there are source-rpm files you should be able
> to rebuild it on your system. That way you don't install software which is not
> managed by your package management system which might be of advantage.
> All the best from a currently wet London
> Am Montag, 28. Mai 2018, 14:45:54 BST schrieb Mikhail Kuzminsky:
>> Sorry, may be my question is not exactly for our Beowulf maillist.
>> I have 2 small OpenSuSE-based clusters using different batch systems,
>> and want to connect them "grid-like", via CREAM (Computing Resource
>> Execution And Management)
>> service (I may add
>> also one additional common server for both clusters).
>> But there is no CREAM binary RPMs for OpenSuSE (Only for CentOS7/SL6
>> on UMD site
>> //repository.egi.eu/2018/03/14/release-umd-4-6-1/). I did not find:
>> where I can download source text of CREAM software ?
>> Mikhail Kuzminsky
>> Zelinsky Institute of Organic Chemistry
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